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mitchsc

Want to upgrade Windows Live Movie Maker 2011 to 2012 in Win7

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I Hope I'm on the correct forum for my question. If not, my apologies.

I currently have Windows 7 Home Premium, which came with Windows Live Movie Maker 2011. The default export format is .wmv

I read that the default export format for Windows Live Movie Maker 2012, is .mp4, which I would prefer.

I don't see any way to "upgrade" directly from 2011 to 2012, but I did find the MS download site for WLMM 2012 at: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/get-movie-maker-download

My question is this: Can I just download and install WLMM 2012 over 2011, or must I uninstall 2011 first?

Thanks very much...

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It looks like it will replace the existing one. Also I find that you also need to have the photo viewer program installed as well since they share components. There is a package called Windows Essentials 2012 that apparently has everything included, but installing that will remove Windows Live Mesh. So if you use Mesh then take that into consideration.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/essentials-2012-release-notes?T1=winlivemoviemaker

http://www.liveside.net/2012/08/07/windows-essentials-2012-microsoft-updates-windows-live-photo-gallery-and-movie-maker/

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Thank you so much. I didn't realize this. Think I'll stay with Windows Live Mesh for now. I suppose I can always convert to .mp4 if needed.

One last thing Tripredacus, I didn't receive an email when you replied to my post. I just decided to log on for kicks, and here you are. I checked my notification settings, and they seem to be OK. I always received emails from this forum in the past. Have you heard anything from other members?

Thanks for all the info... Mitch

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